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Servus Place begins fitness centre study

The city has taken the first step towards a potential renovation and expansion of the fitness centre at Servus Credit Union Place.

Haiti still in survival mode, says nurse

Extreme poverty isn't foreign to Lise Budreo. The Bellerose grad has spent time in Africa volunteering to build homes for Habitat for Humanity and travelled through some of the poorest parts of China.

Local alpaca reigns supreme

Sturgeon County became home to the newest king of alpacas this weekend as a local animal took top prize at Alberta’s annual alpaca show.


Hi everyone, my official name is Posh but my foster mom calls me Cruz because she says Posh is a girl's name and I'm a boy — a neutered male to be precise and about two to three years old.

Frustrated patients seek doctors in Spruce Grove

John and Janette Smith were so fed up with trying to find a doctor in St. Albert they started travelling to Spruce Grove instead. The St. Albert residents aren't alone.

One man's quest launches end of May

He says that Sonny is his real name but it sounds like a sobriquet he picked up along the way.

Henday construction season ramps up

With the arrival of spring comes the arrival of cement trucks and cranes, their operators’ sights set on the next phase of Anthony Henday Drive.

SILKS club set for Guilty Pleasures in April

The local ladies’ chapter of the Canadian Progress Club has the best entertainment planned for its annual fundraiser, which takes place in just more than three weeks.

Historic grain elevators undergo facelift

Work has started on restoring two grain elevators that stand as a testament to St. Albert’s past. According to Chris Jardine, general manager of community and protective services, Edmonton’s Delnor Construction won the $1.

"Untie our hands," say top cops

Alberta's top cops asked federal members of Parliament this week to give them new powers to stop organized crime.